Tug of War

6 thoughts on “Tug of War”

  1. I am with you here, Andrea. A hard part for me is when my heart gets dry and the thought enters my mind that my prayer may be of no use. Still I pray and the thought goes away 🙂

  2. It is such an awesome responsibility when someone asks us to pray for them. I believe that God listens intently to our prayers but we don’t have the whole picture and we really have no control over anything other than our faithfulness in praying. There is great consolation in knowing that our loving God is listening and that God loves the person for whom we are praying far more than we ever could.

  3. I share your dilemma. If I don’t pray, will God not help that person? I don’t think so. I just don’t get how it works.

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